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Blog Tour, Bookish Firsts, Interview / July 29, 2016

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Please welcome debut author Julia Gray to the blog, to celebrate the release of her book, The Otherlife.

Bookish Firsts

with author Julia Gray

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What is the first book you ever read/remember reading?littleprincess
The first book I ever read on my own was Five Run Away Together, the third book in Enid Blyton’s Famous Five series.

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Please welcome Susin Nielsen to the blog, author of We Are All Made of Molecules and The Reluctant Journal of Henry K Larsen, to share her bookish firsts!

Bookish Firsts

with author Susin Nielsen

susin-wildthingsWhat is the first book you ever read/remember reading?
The first books I ever remember being read to me were the Amelia Bedelia books – did you have those in the UK? The first book I remember reading to myself, which is still one of my all-time favourites, is “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak.

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Blog Tour, Interview, Young Adult / January 12, 2016

Truthwitch pen pal blog tour

I couldn’t be more thrilled to be part of the blog tour for one of my favourite reads of 2015, the wonderful new fantasy Truthwitch, by the loveliest author of them all, Susan Dennard!

I teamed up with Bridget from Dark Faerie Tales to discuss the book and come up with one question for Susan to answer!

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I’m thrilled to be hosting authors Lucy Ivison and Tom Ellen to celebrate the release of their new book, Never Evers! Their debut novel, Lobsters, was hilarious and sweet, and I’m sure Never Evers will have more of their signature funny dual narrative and awkward moments!

Never Evers by Tom Ellen & Lucy Ivison

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With authors Lucy Ivison and Tom Ellen

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By: Daphne

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I’m so pleased to welcome Victoria Aveyard to the blog today, debut author to celebrate the UK paperback release of the bestselling book, Red Queen! This book has been on my TBR pile ever since that gorgeous cover was revealed so I’m happy that they have used the same approach for the paperback! That crown and blood is just so striking.

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By: Daphne